Princeton’s residential college system provides students not simply with housing and dining, but advising and resources to help them take advantage of all that the University has to offer.

Princeton currently has seven residential colleges, each of which is united in a shared vision to foster community and support intellectual growth. Students are required to live in one of Princeton’s seven residential colleges as a first- and second-year student. In turn, this becomes a supportive community through all four years of study and one’s “home” for academic advising. Visit the Advising site to learn more.